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British Airways employee accused of raping a senior flight attendant during the stop in Singapore: report

A British Airways flight attendant has reportedly accused a male member of the crew of raping her during an off-duty meeting in Singapore.

(Reuters)

A British Airways crew member was reportedly arrested on suspicion of rape of one of the airline’s female flight attendants during a stopover in Singapore.

The male employee, who has not been identified at this time believed in the police, according to sources for the Daily Mail, which first reported the news.

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British Airways has now confirmed that the company is “cooperating with the police investigation and offer our full support to our cabin crew” in a statement obtained by e-mail by Fox News.

The airline refused to comment further, “it is a live investigation.”

The incident would have occurred during an off-duty party after the British Airways crew landed in Singapore after a journey from London Heathrow, the Daily Mail reports. The flight attendant — probably on the flight senior flight attendant was moved to a separate hotel other than those normally used by British Airways crew after reporting the incident.

British Airways has said that it is “cooperating with the police investigation and offer our full support to our cabin crew” in the aftermath of the incident.

(Reuters)

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They, along with the male member of the crew, not to continue on the second part of the crew of the trip to Sydney.

A source for British Airways added to the Daily Mail that the airline sent a “replacement” crew to Singapore to the staff of the flight, and a manager for the management of the crisis.”

The alleged incident follows on the news of a female American Airlines passenger who recently filed a lawsuit against the carrier over their response to her alleged rape on board a June 2017 flight. The woman, Aubrey Lane, claimed the airline did not hold the alleged rapist. Lane had rejected the $5,000 from the U.s., stating that she was waiting for “a kind of human reaction.”

Alaska Airlines, too, was recently accused by a woman of the First Officer Betty Pina, who claims to be a man pilot drugged and raped her in the evening in a hotel in Minneapolis. An Alaska Airlines representative told Fox News that the pilot was established after the airline learned of the incident.

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